$5 NL HE 6-max: Flop mid-set on wet board, bad turn, horrible river, fold??
Villains stats are only over 26 hands.
, $0.02/$0.05 NL Hold'em Cash Game, 6 Players
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BTN: $4.11 (82.2 bb)
SB: $2.56 (51.2 bb)
BB: $9.70 (194 bb)
UTG: $5.51 (110.2 bb)
MP: $1.30 (26 bb)
Hero (CO): $5.09 (101.8 bb)
: Hero is CO with 6♦
UTG folds, MP calls $0.05, Hero raises to $0.20
, BTN calls $0.20, 2 folds, MP calls $0.15
: ($0.67) 4♦
6♥ (3 players)
MP checks, Hero bets $0.45
, BTN calls $0.45, MP folds
: ($1.57) 5♠ (2 players)
Hero bets $1.30
, BTN calls $1.30
: ($4.17) 7♦ (2 players)
Hero checks, BTN bets $2.16 and is all-in
, Hero folds
$4.17 pot ($0.20 rake)
BTN mucked and won $3.97 ($2.02 net)
The call on the flop could be TP, but unlikely, would of thought he'd raise tp there, set of fours, or the obv straight or fd.
When the 5 comes on the turn did i do the right thing by firing again?? There are more flushdraw combos than straights but having a think about it now the majority of hands that call are beating me here, higher set, again unlikely, or a straight, can we expect fd's to still call along now that the straight draw completes?? Is the best move here on the turn a c/c to a small bet to try to keep the pot smaller?? Or is that just letting a fd, which is a more likely holding, catch up for a small/free price??
On the river the worst card in the deck comes down imo, completes so many draws and the villain's been playing real passive so i have to put him on a flush or a straight here right?? I mean, i know i'm getting 2-1 odds
on the river call, and this is a perfect spot for him to bluff at me, but given the pot odds
what percentage of the time do i have to catch him bluffing to make calling ok??